Netflix is still a great deal. Their price raise is minor and is largely meant to make up for the fact that studios want more money in exchange for their content.
Apple products, on the other hand, are not a great deal (though I still like them), and comparable equipment would cost you far less without that logo on it.
Seems contradictory to root against one company for making a modest price increase, while simultaneously evangelizing the other company for having a long-time strategy of over-charging consumers to build up a reputation as a "prestige brand." The style of charging consumers and the rate at which you pay doesn't enter into it, particularly when you consider that it would take decades before a Netflix price increase equaled the amount people pay for Mac products.